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Keep your money straight with the Seeing AI app.Listen in to the audio below to learn how.   Webinars in This Series:


Tech Tips: Seeing AI Product Channel

With the Seeing AI app, people who are blind or visually impaired can identify products with the quick scan of the barcode. Our adaptive tech instructor explains how in this week’s Tech Tips episode. Webinars in This Series:  


Lighthouse Employees Headed to Beep Baseball World Series

2021 World Series Logo: 2 bats are crossed with a beep baseball in the middle. World Series is written across the bats. A player swings above the bats and a base is below. Text reads presented by Visit Wichita and Envision.

Seven Austin Lighthouse employees are Wichita-bound for the 2021 Beep Baseball World Series. Our employees, representing the Austin Blackhawks and San Antonio Jets, will play in the National Beep Baseball Association (NBBA) tournament July 27 – 31 in Wichita, Kansas. Brandon Chesser, a beep baseball player and Lighthouse supervisor, shared a few details about the… Continue Reading Lighthouse Employees Headed to Beep Baseball World Series


Getting to Know Ben Lombardo, 2020 Employee of the Year

Benjamin Lombardo, Human Resources Generalist at the Austin Lighthouse, is our 2020 Blind Indirect Labor Employee of the Year. Ben, who started at the Lighthouse in 2016, is well-known by employees for his calm demeanor, relatability and great personality. He sat down with his HR colleague, Lakeisha Ridgell, last November for a one-on-one interview. LR:… Continue Reading Getting to Know Ben Lombardo, 2020 Employee of the Year